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This author Tim Gerdes has created 97 entries.

Heroes: Abraham (Day 6)

Thinking about Abraham’s test with Isaac, my mind turned to a great children’s book we have at home called, “Noah’s Trees.” It is a fictional story about how Noah was raising from saplings a forest of trees with great love and care.

Heroes: Abraham (Day 5)

Most people have heard of Sodom and Gomorrah. Some use it as an example for why they like the New Testament (NT) better than the Old Testament (OT) because “OT” God is angry and “NT” God is loving as if God had a change of heart.

Heroes: Abraham (Day 4)

When it comes to any journey of faith there is a call to move from “here” to “there.” “Here” is the known. It is where you are. “There” is the unknown. It is where you are not. Hebrews 11:1-2 “ Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and

Heroes: Abraham (Day 3)

When it comes to any journey of faith there is a call to move from “here” to “there.” “Here” is the known. It is where you are. “There” is the unknown. It is where you are not. Hebrews 11:1-2 “ Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and

Heroes: Abraham (Day 2)

When it comes to any journey of faith there is a call to move from “here” to “there.” “Here” is the known. It is where you are. “There” is the unknown. It is where you are not. Hebrews 11:1-2 “ Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and

Heroes: Abraham (Day 1)

I remember sitting in the movie theater with my parents in 1995 watching the latest Disney “cartoon” which turned out to be revolutionary and evolutionary in animation and story telling. The movie was “Toy Story.” I was introduced to the phrase, “To infinity and beyond!”

Heroes: Enoch (Day 6)

The fifth and final trait for this week’s theme of walking faithfully with God like Enoch is live for others. Jesus said that the second greatest commandment is like the first (see yesterday) and he quotes Leviticus 19:18 which says, “‘Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone

Heroes: Enoch (Day 5)

The fourth characteristic of a person who walks faithfully with God like Enoch is that they have a God centered life, meaning that they live for God. Jesus summed it up with a phrase from Deuteronomy,

Heroes: Enoch (Day 4)

Developing your walk with God the way Enoch did requires conversation. God speaks to us primarily through His Word. We speak to Him in prayer. When we have a picture in our minds of a distant God that can be hard to grasp.

Heroes: Enoch (Day 3)

Developing your walk with God the way Enoch did requires conversation. God speaks to us primarily through His Word. We speak to Him in prayer. When we have a picture in our minds of a distant God that can be hard to grasp.